The last blog article published here presented claims that were purportedly made by Pope Francis. There’s however truer counterclaims. In cases like this, what is important may not be the facts (or supposed facts) presented but the need to bring such information, especially the extremely strange, to the fore for people to be hinted. Over time, it is believed, the people will get used to the possibility of the idea. Is that right? Don’t ask me.
The following piece was published, as a reaction to the previously published, in National Catholic Register.
“Some Internet sites are reporting that Pope Francis has declared that “all religions are true,” that there is no hell, and other provocative things. Continue reading Don’t fall for this Pope Francis hoax: 5 things to know and share by Jimmy Akin
For the benefit of those who haven’t read this declaration, more or less, here it is uncut and as published in Diversity Chronicle on the 5th of December, 2013.
Here’s a quick reaction before reading the article itself as ‘copied&pasted’ from same content:
“A couple of prominent Catholic cardinals have responded to Pope Francis’ declarations by leaving the church. Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria asked, “what do we stand for if we declare that truth is relative? On the contrary, truth exists independently of our personal feelings. All of this talk of love and tolerance is hollow if we have no identity of our own, if we stand for nothing. I charge that Francis has become a heretic, and that he is not a valid Pope. Indeed, Continue reading “No more hell. Adam and Eve, just a fable. God has changed”? – Pope Francis
In the past few days, the Cyberspace, especially the Nigerian, had been dominated by the news of the ‘spectacularly’ remarkable, to say the least, June 15 wedding trips of the son, John Kumuyi, of Pastor Kumuyi of Deeper Life Church who wedded a damsel Love Odih (probably as a matter of coincidence rather than incident) . This, many believe has been ‘concocting a storm in the church’.
There had been comparative criticisms of the spectacle of this wedding in relation to other weddings so far held in the church. All the noise is essentially about which bride dresses more modestly (nay divine, spiritual or heaven-bound) on her wedding day and what other items used.
Continue reading And what’s all the fuss about Kumuyi’s Wedding?